Joe Biden FOR PRESIDENT/Kamala Harris VICE-PRESIDENT
Conor Lamb FOR US HOUSE
Josh Shapiro FOR PA ATTORNEY GENERAL
Nina Ahmad FOR PA AUDITOR GENERAL
Joe Torsella FOR STATE TREASURER
Emily Skopov FOR STATE HOUSE
Reminders for Voting by Mail
1. Complete and mail your ballot as soon as you receive it, or set a reminder to drop it in person at the North Park Ice Rink.
2. Keep the envelope your ballot arrived in to help with #4 (below).
3. Put your completed ballot in the security envelope first before putting it in the outer mailing envelope (this ensures the privacy of your vote); and
4. Sign the back of the outer mailing envelope using your name as it appeared on the envelope your ballot arrived in.
Satellite Office/Dropbox - North Park Ice Rink, 1101 Pearce Mill Rd
Saturday, Oct. 10 (9am-5pm) Sunday, Oct. 11 (11am-7pm)
Saturday, Oct. 24 (9am-5pm) Sunday, Oct. 25, (11am-7pm)
You can only drop off your own ballot, they will not accept ballots for people not present!
Stop by Olympia Grove to visit with us before or after dropping off your ballots, we may have some special guests!
OCTOBER 19: Last day to register to vote for 2020 general election.
OCTOBER 27: Applications for mail-in ballots must be RECEIVED by your county election office by 5 p.m.
NOVEMBER 3: Election Day (Polls are open 7am - 8pm). Completed mail-in ballots must be RECEIVED by the county election office on November 3rd by 8 p.m. Postmarks do not count.
Allegheny Co. Elections Office (412) 350-4500
Allegheny Co. Election Information - www.alleghenyvotes.com
Information about Candidates - www.vote411.org
Due to our COVID-19 restrictions, in-person Committee Meetings are on hold until we are released from Social Distancing! Our Monthly Meetings are being held on Zoom the first Thursday of each month. If you would like an invitation please use the "Volunteer for 2020 Election" below
We are looking at holding some on-line events! Watch here for announcements as well as announcements from News@mccandlessdemocrats.org .
Socially distanced poll volunteers needed for Election Day. No passing out slate cards and only social distanced discussions with voters. Main responsibilities are to observe and report on how the process is going.
Signs are only permitted on private property and must be 5 feet away from curb.
No signs are permitted in right-of-ways or public property. If you're not sure if a location is public or private, ask the owner for permission - if you can't find an owner assume its public property; if the competition has a sign there assume it is private property and ask the owner for permission. If it's clearly public property then report it to Town - do not remove signs on your own.
Short video of how to apply for your Mail-In Ballot
Short video showing how to correctly mark your selections on your ballot and make sure it is returned properly so your vote counts!
1 page review for how to vote by Mail-In Ballot